TROY student journalists win national, regional awards

TROY TrojanVision took home awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System during the 2018 conference.

TROY TrojanVision took home awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System during the 2018 conference.

Troy University’s student media brought home awards from three national and regional conferences for 2018.

TROY TrojanVision News won two national awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) for Best Television/Video Newscast and Best Television/Video Promotion and were finalists for three others.

This is the first year TrojanVision has competed in the IBS competition, according to…

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Award-winning reporter Pittman discusses truth in journalism

Tampa Bay Times reporter and TROY alumnus Craig Pittman addressed the M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media on Monday, Feb. 19.

Tampa Bay Times reporter and TROY alumnus Craig Pittman addressed the M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media on Monday, Feb. 19.

For a journalist, truth is the most important part of any story, no matter what effects it will have once released, according to Florida journalist Craig Pittman.

Pittman, an award-winning environmental reporter and columnist for the Tampa Bay Times as well as a book author, spoke Monday to students and faculty at Troy University’s M….

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Does free speech offend you? Speak out!

TROY journalism professor Steve Stewart says the best way to counter information or opinions you disagree with is to express your own point of view.

TROY journalism professor Steve Stewart says the best way to counter information or opinions you disagree with is to express your own point of view.

A nationwide furor over professional athletes’ protesting during the national anthem coincided with a couple of events on Troy University’s main campus: the library’s Banned Books Week and a futile effort by some individuals to suppress a story in the student newspaper by stealing papers.

President Donald Trump ignited the anthem controversy during a political…

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J-Day brings hundreds of high school journalists to TROY

WDHN news anchor Ben Stanfield speaks to high school students during the 2017 J-Day at Troy University.

WDHN news anchor Ben Stanfield speaks to high school students during the 2017 J-Day at Troy University.

Almost 500 high school students from 27 high schools around the state flooded TROY’s campus on Thursday, Sept. 14, to attend the Hall School of Journalism and Communication’s annual J-Day.

“This is one of the largest J-Days ever,” Director of the Hall School of Journalism Jeff Spurlock said as he welcomed the students. “If you…

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